Fayetteville City Reporter
Company plans restaurant, hotel and cabins; neighbors worry
Developers of a large property just west of campus want to open the space to the public while maintaining the character neighbors appreciate.
The Housing Authority will select a chairman at its next meeting and signed off on the concept of an organizational audit.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Residents in a neighborhood on the south part of town on Tuesday ushered a rezoning of their properties to match the character and development patterns to which they have grown accustomed.
The plan for a reinvented Gulley Park is under way.
Residents and visitors to the city could soon have a new way of getting around on two wheels.
The Fayetteville Housing Authority board needs a new chairman.
The first round of municipal candidates made their campaigns official Friday, marking the beginning of the local election filing period.
The city wants to keep Lewis Fields open for a year while administrators and School District officials work out a deal to possibly buy the park from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
The Housing Authority will adopt a series of City Council recommendations regarding its plans, including a provision to void a contract to sell one of its properties.
The City Council heard a few ideas regarding sources of revenue other than the federal government for public housing, and a contract to sell one of the Housing Authority's properties came into question Tuesday.